Internet Explorer
Versiones Antiguas de Internet Explorer 5.5 (SP1)
Versión Seleccionada
Internet Explorer 5.5 (SP1)
Sistemas Compatibles
SO Antiguos Compatibles
Windows 95 (IE 5.5), 98, ME, 2000 (IE 6), XP (IE 8), Vista, 7
Licencia
Proprietary

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Internet Explorer 5.5 (SP1) (84.57 MB)

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Requerimientos del Sistema de Internet Explorer 5.5 (SP1)
  • Windows 95
  • Windows 98
  • Windows 2000
Información del Programa de Internet Explorer 5.5 (SP1)
Nombre de la Versión:
Internet Explorer 5.5 (SP1)

Tamaño de Archivo:
84.57 MB

Comprobación MD5:
1c430d2b90753653391e75384bab3993

Comprobación SHA1:
36B1E49FFDD42DF8A077A3D8D2A81CD39CBF243A

Historial de Versiones de Internet Explorer 5.5 (SP1)
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Internet Explorer 5.5 running on an Windows ME machine with the "About Internet Explorer" screen open. Internet Explorer 5.5 originally came with Windows… More
Acerca de Internet Explorer

Internet Explorer, abbreviated IE or MSIE, is a proprietary graphical web browser made by Microsoft and included as part of the Microsoft Windows line of operating systems. It has been the most widely-used web browser since 1999.

Internet Explorer has been designed to view the broadest range of web pages and to provide certain features within the operating system, including Windows Update. During the heydays of the historic browser wars, Internet Explorer superseded Netscape by supporting many of the progressive features of the time.

The Component Object Model (COM) technology is used extensively in Internet Explorer. It allows third parties to add functionalities via Browser Helper Objects (BHO); and allows websites to offer rich content via ActiveX.


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Did You Know?

In addition to adding support for International Domain Names in URLs, Internet Explorer also notifies you when visually similar characters in the URL are not expressed in the same language, thus protecting you against sites that could otherwise appear as known, trustworthy sites.